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back our way slightly. 37 in santa rosa right now. the numbers continue to drop to the north with the clear skies, the lower dewpoints. 35 degrees in napa. holding on to some of the warmth over by the delta with a bit of a breeze. low 40s from livermore, hayward and las got toes. with the sutro camera with the sky. mid-40s san carlos and 44 oakland with 49 in san francisco. so featuring the high clouds, but mostly sunny throughout the weekend. and the rain chances, they are with us in the seven-day outlook but they are pushed back until the middle to latter part of the week. so a long ways away. that could change. 24 hours ago we were a little bit warmer. so it is much cool we're those mid-and upper 30s in the north bay and napa, santa rosa and novato with cooling in san jose. average high temperatures today upper 60s. south end of the bay a few degrees warmer there. we will still look for the breeze to hold on along the shoreline. that's due to the alignment of high pressure offshore. it is building into the eastern pacific but with low pressure to the east of us, it will ke
a little cooler than where we were yesterday, he is special in the north bay. 37 in santa rosa. anywhere from three to six degrees below where we started yesterday morning at this hour. 37 in walnut creek. fairfield, about 40 degrees at this hour. winds are generally light and i don't expect they will be as breezy as yesterday. 4 h 4 in belmont, 38 menlo park for your start to the morning. so if you are getting out to the farmers market, mostly clear, and we do after cool start, but we'll begin to see that turn around. the ridge of high pressure strengthening so that's going to help relax the winds. we have a warmer air mass moving into place, and you can see with this ridge we start to see that arch, and the storm track will remain to the north. it is going to make its way back but not in time for the weekend. for today pleasant weather, the a cool start, an afternoon breezy but not as breezy as we saw yesterday. i do expect it to be a little brisk for the second half of attach but anywhere from 10 to 15 miles per hour so not too bad. typical for the season. giving awe look at the numbe
, mid to upper 30s. kids have games or early morning plans, 38 degrees in santa rosa. low 40s for vallejo and san mateo and oakland. san jose, 42. 42 degrees in half moon bay. us a check out the highs for your saturday, you will be right around, if not slightly higher than where you should be. i don't think too many people are complaining. 68 in santa cruz. 70 degrees in cupertino. on the peninsula, it's going to be a mix of sun and high cloudiness, 64 in millbrae. mid to upper 50s along the coast and we're not expecting any fog tomorrow, 55 in half moon bay. coming up by a couple of degrees. daly city, 56 degrees. 62 in downtown san francisco. as we look at the north bay communities, 69 in santa rosa and getting up to 70 degrees in napa. stinson beach, 67. east bay, mid to upper 60s is where we'll end up. 67 in newark. inland communities, you see the high clouds pretty much see them here, 70 in san ramon, livermore. 71 degrees in fairfield. accu-weather seven-day forecast, if you are really watching for the weekend, low 70s for saturday and a little warmer on sunday away from
morning plans, 38 degrees in santa rosa. low 40s for vallejo and san mateo and oakland. san jose, 42. 42 degrees in half moon bay. us a check out the highs for your saturday, you will be right around, if not slightly higher than where you should be. i don't think too many people are complaining. 68 in santa cruz. 70 degrees in cupertino. on the peninsula, it's going to be a mix of sun and high cloudiness, 64 in millbrae. mid to upper 50s along the coast and we're not expecting any fog tomorrow, 55 in half moon bay. coming up by a couple of degrees. daly city, 56 degrees. 62 in downtown san francisco. as we look at the north bay communities, 69 in santa rosa and getting up to 70 degrees in napa. stinson beach, 67. east bay, mid to upper 60s is where we'll end up. 67 in newark. inland communities you see the m here, 70 in san ramon, livermore. 71 degrees in fairfield. accu-weather seven-day forecast, if you are really watching for the weekend, low 70s for saturday and a little warmer on sunday away from the coastline. temperatures will remain on the mild side for the started of the workwee
. it will be a cool start. 36 degrees in napa. 38 in santa rosa. 39 degrees in livermore, concord. 41 in vallejo. 43 in san mateo. clear skies, you get good cooling taking place and temperatures drop. it's not that windy and breezy over the higher terrain. 70 in the south bay tomorrow afternoon. 69 in sunnyvale. 73 degrees in gilroy. 66 in redwood city. mid to upper 50s near the coastline. half moon bay, 58 degrees. if you don't like it too mild, just head to daly city or sunset district, mid to upper 50s. downtown san francisco, low 60s. north bay communities, a little breezy at times. 66 in petaluma. clearlake, upper 60s around santa rosa and sonoma. the napa, 70 degrees. east bay, sun, high clouds, just a beautiful day, 67. newark, san leandro, 68 in oakland. 70 degrees in concord. here is a look at accu-weather seven-day forecast, we're going bump up the numbers a few degrees on sunday. certainly more sun around. slight dip in the temperatures monday, a little cooler on tuesday. we're going to go with a slim chance of a few showers on wednesday, but it's better likelihood by the end of the workw
right now in santa rosa and napa. the next couple hours we will have some cool 30s. otherwise mainly in the 40s to near 50 by san francisco. by the afternoon it will get breezy at the coast in the high 50s but the high temperatures will range into the lower 70s. once again mild to warm around the bay. through the evening hours with breeze city winds in the high elevations we are staying clear. it looks to be another mild night. how long can this pattern last? it is the first weekend of spring. i'll detail the rest of the weekend, the look ahead coming up. katie. >> thanks, lisa. and we want to take you back to the breaking news we brought you at the top of the hour. abc7 news reporter kira klapper is live at the scene of a nightclub shooting in san francisco. three people were shot. kira, how serious are the injuries? >> katie, one of the victims is in serious condition, critical condition, rather. two victims have none life-threatening injuries. they are all being treated at the hospital. let's get you to the video right after the shooting just about 1:15 this morning at 330 rich ni
a few 40s in santa rosa. 39 in napa. with 48 in fairfield. mid 40s for livermore and hayward. you bumped up considerably. 6 degrees since the last hour. 45 in los gatos. this view shows that the coast is certainly clear, but we will have those breezy winds again. 49 san francisco, 46 in san carlos, 48 in half moon bay and 39 right now in santa cruz. spots around the bay will be chilly the next couple of hours. as we get into the afternoon that northwest wind, 15-20 miles an hour. keeping us cool at our beaches but otherwise we are sunny and mild for the rest of the weekend with rain chances are still in the 7 day outlook but been pushed back to the midday time frame. this morning with the clear sky, north wind, the lower dew points has allowed for much cooler temperatures. as much as 7 degrees colder in napa this morning. airport coming in 3 degrees cooler and san jose, as well. we will be warmer today order in san jose by a couple of degrees. high pressure sits offshore continues to build into california, it keeps the storm track to the north. it allow forces the north-northwest winds a
't given the get in the way and don't get in trouble. one day i heard about rosa parks when i was 15 years old in the tenth grade. i heard about martin luther king jr. and i met rosa parks in 1957 when i was 17. i met dr. king for next year in 1958 at the age of 18. my folks kept saying to me don't get in trouble, don't get in the way that rosa mart parks and martin luther king jr. inspired me to find a way to get in the way. i was so inspired that in 1956 at the age of 16 with some of my brothers and sisters and cousins we went down to the public library in the town of true alabama trying to get a library card, trying to check out some books. we went to the library that was for whites only and not for. i never went back to that library until july 5, 19 -- and the book walking with the wind. [applause] and hundreds of lack and white citizens came. we had a wonderful program, food something to drink. at the end of the program they gave me a library card. it says something about the common purpose. some of you in my little book walk with the wind i just try to tell the story. i was deeply in
57 degrees up to 69 in santa rosa. so east bay communities 58 in oakland. up to 70s in antioch. here is a look at the accu-weather forecast. it's a nice mild weekend of spring. 60s around the bay. we'll see temperatures coming down for your monday and tuesday. chance of showers thursday. looks like we'll have to wait until friday until we can see a real possibility of rain so... you know precipitation probability going up a little bit friday. >> more still to come on that. >> yes. >> thank you very much. >> well, the star attraction to the monterey bay aquarium returning. the adorable sea otters going on display tomorrow. they're removed in september. the tank was undergoing renovations. it is complete and they're just so cute. and have been wait sog say why, i ought to go there, right? >> that is funny. >> all right. up next two projects helping you shine this spring. >> then coming up i'm going to have a look inside of the new exploratorium and efforts to make it >>> weekend is here, spring has sprung. >> yes. what else do we need? >> good things come in small packages. that is wha
. >>> the aviation administration -- there's been no decision yet on the airports near santa rosa, napa, concord, livermore and san carlos. reporter mike lurey reports on a pilot in sacramento who worries about safety. >> i'm hoping that there's going to be a last minute deal before these things actually close. >>> scott miller is a pilot, he trains his students how to use the radios in the airplane to maintain proper spacing for take offs but says traffic controllers will be missed. >> being able to call traffic controller and help us locate other traffic we'll have to do those tasks ourselves. one experienced worker at executive was blunt about the anticipated impact. >> initially i think we'll have some chaos. >> reporter: myer runs myers pacific an aviation insurer. he believes fewer planes will take off and land at executive without flight controller. >> what they want to know is there's not another weed wacker taking off that hasn't announced his intentions. >> the faa says it will save $635 million. >>> bay area weekend is here the weather looks pretty good. the jet stream is taking every
continued to press for pipeline safety reforms. >>> hundreds of people gathered at a church in santa rosa today to remember a teenaged boy who was hit and killed in a freak accident at a racetrack last weekend. his mom spoke about her sports-loving 14-year-old son, and how she wished all this attention this past week could have been for something different. >> television reporters, news reporters, what? it was so sur veal. i couldn't help but wonder what marcus would have thought of all of this. especially being on "sports center." i know he would have much rather been on sports center for a fadeaway game winning buzzer than all of this. >> reporter: marcus johnson was in the eighth grade. he was killed at a racetrack near sacramento last weekend. and to make it even more painful, his 17-year-old cousin killed him when he spun out of control during a pre-race warm-up. today marcus' family, friends, and coaches shared their memories as well. >> several of the players, one of them i liked immediately was marcus. he stood out because of his friendly demeanor and hard work ethic. >> marcus' f
months later that rosa parks refused to get up out of her seat on that bus. the images of vietnam, mei lei, the little guy running down the street with napalm burning the skin off of her. these were powerful images that turned the country against this immoral war. but that's why the people in charge of stuff, they don't want to show these images anymore because they know what it does to people i just said in this blog that we live in a different age now with the internet and everything. don't be surprise federal a parent, and there already was one parent, the parent of noah posner, who did not want the casket closed until the governor of connecticut came there. she wanted the governor to see essentially half of noah's face blown off. they don't want -- the gunmakers and nra don't want you to see this. adam lanza, and i don't even like to say his name because i don't want any of these people getting the thing that they are looking for, the fame or whatever, but, you know, he fired up to 11 bullets into each child. >> into each child. >> what that means, remember, he's very close, has an
important. my analysis and huey's analysis, when we look at what happened in 1954 with rosa parks, huey's in law school too, and i'm looking at that and saying, wait a minute, you know what this is about? there are some racist legislators who made racist laws who said we had to get up and move to the back of the bus, you had to get up and give that white person that seat. but you have to read leon higgingbotham, a federal court justice in philadelphia. his latest book was shad coes of free come. -- shadows of freedom. but he articulates and shows you a history of how laws are made in the country based on the precept of white supremacy, connected with another precept they had of black inferiority. this is how the laws are structured. and in that context you can see the laws being the backbone and the structure, the very structure of institutionalized racism in america. and all its discriminatory and racist practices, etc., that's what it was about. so here we are, a new organization popping on the scene with this kind of analysis looking at this stuff. of and i'm telling huey -- huey sai
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